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open, don't operate electric switches that will cause a spark. don't use your cell phone. use the cell phone outside or a neighbor's phone to call 911. get everyone out of the building, close the gas valve and forget it. don't open it up again. there is probably a leak and you will have troubles wait for pg and e to test it. what's the most important thing in an emergency? everyday, water. somewhere in front of the house you will see these. san francisco water department. how do you get in here? easy. a long screwdriver or pry bar. pull it this way and the whole thing will lift out. even if it's crusty you can get it out. that's what it looks like. that's brass covered water meter. there it is. how would you tell if water was leaking if the building without going in there? that thing woulding pegged. this guy would be spinning. here's how you shut it on and off. like the gas thing, the valve thing with the square head. there are a couple of ears. you lineup the 2 ears. there is a hole to put a padlock. if it's on ita in direction of the /phroe. flow. when it's off, these 2 lineup. the
of the week you will be putting out a fire with a fire extinguisher. you don't want to learn out to house an extinguisher when they big fire is in front of you. when you turn off your natural gas and water. hazardous materials will be talked about next week. 35-40 percent of you. you will find out that all of you have hazardous material in your home. the third week is disaster medicine. you, going into a room spending 45 seconds on one person into 3 life saving techniques. by the fourth we we will teach you as search and rescuers how to keep yourself safe by identifying safe and none safe building to go into. sometimes objects are too heavy for you to liftoff of a body. we will teach you privying which will use anything you have, wood or cement blocks so you is see that people can lift heavy objects off of people. now, you have to have a plan. every program needs to have a plan. we can't say, here are your skills. class 6, after half an hour we will split you into teams of 10 people each. putting out the fires. you will go into a dark room and doing a search. you will be treating people
kanye did break the girls' code. you don't text somebody else's husband when you have no business to be texting. she will never understand that for the most part, all she will ever do is be gorgeous woman, but you will not see relationship success until you learn how a woman should act at 40 years old. she's very beautiful and she's even very well spoken, but after a while, that gets tired, especially when you get into your 40s. she's like the girl you do on the weekends, not the girl that you marr we've all been single, honey. an those of us know, we know who we are in terms of the placement and how men look at us. she's the weekend girl. she's not the keeper, unfortunately. and she's a little crazy. so, you know. and then fadre, you make great-looking babies. but fadre, please get off the show. just leave. i hate her story line, you know what i'm saying? i leave the room to brush my teeth and come back. and cynthia, i leave to take a shower and i come back. but even though she's as boring as i don't know what, and peter was so not supportive last night and it made me want to vom
. besides her natural resource and we have more than we thought, we have self-government. if we don't have that, what do we have? i also think the wonder of it was in the late 18th century when general washington would be the british empire and a french immigrant were riding horseback upon what was then called jane conceal. they were looking down over this suave and they were imagining this national capital. like who are these guys to think that they can do this? philadelphia, the second largest in the persian empire, we have to have this great empire. they were imagining the executive mansion and the capital of upper on the postal. they put all this together anything how much imagination and courage did that take? imaginimagine how much it's a de about a country that govern itself, which had never been done it so. imagine all the issues which were very much alive than. they said no, we can deal with this. we can make it work if we are congress and the presidency and checks and balances, we can make it work. even with everybody screaming at each other. thathat's what we have today. is not
, you've got problems. he can't sell anything to the american people anymore. i don't know what happened to this great communicator, barack obama, that we all voted for, at least i did in 2008. even the guy i voted for in 2012. start communicate, my friend. if you don't, your numbers are going to go down and down. >> i think that's been one of their be pros. they felt they could communication their way out of every problem. kimberly, when you look at the policy problems, has it finally just all caught up? the policy so so bad, they can no longer maintain? >> they can no longer cloak it in rhetoric. you may call him the great communicator but if you don't have any substance behind it, you're just a suit. the american people have grown weary. he has talked so much that it's almost like white noise when you listen to it. they're not really taking it in. before, it used to work very well. he would go into campaign mode. he would give a series of speeches and connect with the people and move them. he would send surrogates out to the sunday news shows and he would work the pup pepts in the mai
there was no record, so i guess it can't be true because there's n record. i don't know, take what you want from that. that's what he said. >> wendy: oh, boy do you ve aegrets -- >> your eyes are all over, girl! read it in the eyes, right. >> wendy: how old are you? >> 32. >> wendy: you only have about two mo minutes for all this teness and less than smartness before, oh, porshaeeds hel you know what, thouh? i can say this, though. st season i know i came off as a little airnd all that. ut that wa meecau i showed one side. i was being a loving, cateri wife, so people dn't see who i really am. >> wendy: do you live by the usives? >> not at all. i live by no regrets, lessons learned. >> wendy: the "realouseves f atlanta"irs nxthursy on bra. upnext, trivia. don't miss it. n i.p. tket to new york city. >> wendywatch for word o the day a then goto my faeboopageoentr. were saving seat f you. >> wendy: welcome back, erybody! it's time to play hotopics trivia. let's meet ou first contestant. what's your name? >> i'm noel fm reading, pennsylvania. >> nice to meet you, noel. here's your first question. how ma
washing and who among us don't have a nick or a cut on their hand and are you going to touch someone's blood and your in tac skin will protect you from most ilknows. however, if you have a cut on your hand you have a path for infection to get inside of you and you want a pair of latex gloves -- several pairs of glo gloves that you can put on and change as you go from patient t patient hopefully and at least wash your hands and disinfect your hands between patient contacts and the eyes are like an open wound and path to get into your body and glasses and take the old glasses and throw them in your kit and you have something to wear and face mask and of course dust and dirt and all of these disasters throw up dust and dirt and especially in a dryer season and push comes t shove a band da bandana. and after a disaster is not the time to let your hygiene slip and it's a time to tighten it u and communitycable diseases and if it's wet and not yours don't touch it. gloves and every patient contac and don't touch blood and it's good rule to live by. hepatitis a and sal min nillia and geria
's the real smackdown. not a one of these smackers is called taxes. you pay it. they just don't say it to washington and mike emanuel who is all over it. >> reporter: democrats want more tax revel knew as part of a double digit biehl and they include closing loopholes to increase money coming in as a way to do it. republicans prefer to cut spending in a smarter way across the board, cuts known as sequester, and would like to close loopholes as part of tax reform that would lower rates. so nobody is talking about striking a big budget deal because the two sides are very far apart. the word "tax" is a toxic word with the g.o.p. but fees or loopholes may be easier to swallow, and user fee is mine sound friendly. on the airline security fees the idea would be a flat $10 for a round trip flight. if you take three flights you'd only be charged for one initial screening. the administration would like it to be bumped up to 7.50 each way, which they estimate would bring in close to $26 million. the airline industry is not happy, making it more expensive to fly. and then there's fees at our n
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patrick kennedy about their uncle's legacy. don't want to miss it. that's it. have a great week. see you next "fox news sunday." >> "fox news sunday" is a presentation of fox news. huckabee in two seconds, have a great night. >> tonight on huckabee. >> i am sorry that they are finding themselves in the situation based on assurances they got from me. >> with his credibility on the line the president apologizes after lying about the health care. you will be able to keep your plan, period. >> was the damage done? >> he would tell anyone who cared to listen, he would be a navy seal. >> betrayed and demanding answers from the white house. >> our president has gloried in their excesses and exposing them they have put a target on their back. >> partners of aaron vaughn searching for the truth surrounding the death of their son. >> and oj to zimmerman, media impact on high profile cases. >> plus. ♪ i am a girl >> the governor jams with the country grouchlt the a-- group the annie moses band. >> ladies and gentlemen, governor mike huckabee. (applause) >>> thank you, great audience here
take you home. >> i'm going to lincoln if it's the last thing i do. i don't care what you people think. >> listen to me, you didn't win anything. it's a complete scam so you have to stop this, okay? >> i'm running out of time. >> you don't even have a suitcase. >> i'm not staying there. >> dad, i can't let you go. >> it's none of your business! >> yes it is! i'm your son. >> then why don't you take he? >> rose: bruce dern is here. he has appeared in more than 80 films from alfred hitchcock to quinn ten tarantino. he has specialized playing villains and psychopaths and other unsavory kashger thes. here's a look at some of his work. >> i hit him! i hit him with a stick! i -- i hurt him! >> it's just small change! she's got something new now, something everyone's afraid to talk about! >> damn it, everybody needs somebody, for christ's sake. if it's over with us it's over! >> well, what are you saying? that you're not even going to make the effort. >> what i'm saying is i do not belong in this house! and they're saying that i don't belong over there! >> you need to be wiped away like a dir
number that would be nice. who is the safety person? we don't want to send people out, just hey, go do this. we want to keep track of it. if they don't come back within a couple hours we have to send somebody to find them or at least checkup on them. if we don't know where they went and who they are, you have chaos. they might be hurt and they're going to stay hurt. we're going to roll on to disaster psychology. what does that mean? when people go through a disaster, their lives are wrecked. i saw this firsthand, i went down to help out with katrina thing in september. it's weird. because you are dealing with people that lost everything and it's kind of hard to imagine that if you haven't done it yourself. basically, you know, she's looking at her curtains here, she probably hand-stitched those things. maybe they have been hanging there the last 5 or 6 years. everything in the house is wrecked, photos, keepsakes, it's a tough thing. and people deal with this kind of stress in different ways. we as disaster workers, we see it all the time. but we have a word we use, professional. we try
because the workers. >> were you goofg off? >> occasionally spinet they don't want to pay for the roads or the diems. >> yese do. we just want themoney spent wall. >> privatize the police department, the fire department, everything. >> privatize everything. that is our show. tonight. john: privatize everything. maybe i did not mean that. i got carried away. there are something this government ought to do. most are listed in the constitution. but this is thin and it makes it very clear there isn't much step bounders thought the government should dubos lee what the federal government should not do and they were right because most things work better if the central planners but out of leaving mo freedom of choice. w much can reprivatize what should we privatize? leonard gilroy studies that for the reason foundation. >> changing the oil in vehicles, a sweeping streets or trimmingtrees where many cities pay public employees lavish salaries and nefits to perform functions you could give to the private sector. johnwhy do you getetter bids? why couldn't the government better?es do it cheaper or
a. >> imagine >> fighting fires we don't do on our own. image if everyone had their own fire service. >> image then. >> private fire companies work all over america and do a better job. >> it comes with being efficient at what you do and how you spend your money. >> traffic lights are synchronized so there aren't traffic jams. >> there's your lap dop top. >> libraries are better run, too. they are mouch more computerize. they have clean water for less because the workers now work. >> were you goofing off before sitting around drinking coffee? >> occasionally. >> but the left hate privatization. >> they don't want to pay for the things the roads, the dams and the rivers. >> yes, we do. we just want the money spent well. >> privatize the police department, privatize everything. >> privatize everything. that is our show tonight. >> oo now john stossel. >> privatize erg. may -- everything. maybe i got carried away. there are some things government. ought to do. most are listed in the year of the constitution. this is the spin. this makes it clear there's not much the government s
. >> ¿yo? >> pos, pos son Órdenes de don ramÓn. >> ¿quÉ, que? >> bueno, bueno, si me da 50 centavos yo puedo barrer. >> bueno, pero vas a barrer bien. >> por 50 centavos, no hombre. la barrida completa vale 1 peso. >> estÁ bien. toma. >> gracias. >> pero no quiero ver ni una sola colilla. >> ni una sola colilla de cigarro. >> ah. (sonido ambiente). >> ay, chavo ¿estÁs haciendo eso para ayudar a don ramÓn, verdad? >> pos, pos. >> ay, lÁstima que yo me tenga que ir volando. porque, tratÁndose de ayudar a don ramÓn, yo tambiÉn me pondrÍa a barrer. >> tome. >> acabo de decir que me tengo que ir volando. >> por eso. >> tenÍa que ser el chavo. mira, niÑo, si yo te parezco una bruja. tÚ eres un muerto de hambre. >> pero a mÍ se me quita comiendo. >> chavito, jueg aguas, la bruja del 71. >> ¿quiÉn es bruja? ¿mmm? >> ¿aparte de usted? >> ¿quÉ? >> no, no, yo creo que doÑa clotilde no es bruja. >> ah, quÉ tal ¿estÁs oyendo eso, chilindrina? >> pues sÍ es una bruja. >> que no. >> que sÍ. >> no, no, no, dÉjala, chavo, dÉjala. hay gente con la que no vale la pena discuti
they do an environmental study, they don't include you the impact on the cultural impact in the economic impact that they do in our neighborhood. our neighborhood is completely suffering a buys displacement on culture on our people as we say it as students cannot come. they are leaving our neighborhood. who is going to buy those apartments? it's local people. all those people are going to have cars. they are not going to have children. they are not going to need to come to the marsh. we are going to be on their way. even if we take care of the noise during the construction and there is a good litigation about that. there is no real follow up on those problems when the construction starts. i would like you to consider that as it has the protocols and they need to be up grade d for environmental needs. >> good afternoon, my name is mary gallagher. i'm an urban planner. i'm in full support of the objections raised by mr. williams. i would like to talk to you about three environmental acts. the first is a proposed receptor. the project is located to the interior sound level and it has nev
. >> you don't have an opinion about losing some parking spots and could tip this into a higher level of environmental review? >> not in that singular context. >> mr. avalos. >> thank you, mr. president. i appreciate the comments from mr. wiener. i want to ask you a couple of follow up questions. this project is not in my district, but sort of like sarah palin can see russia from her state, i can see this project from my district right across the street and unfortunately i don't know that there was a lot of outreach done on the district 9 side around this project. so what i'm trying to understand is i understand that one of the options that you are pointing to is the remedy of having the full environmental impact report which i think is a pretty high bar. but can you explain other alternatives in terms of modifying or clarifying the negative debt what exactly do you mean boo i that? what would that look like? >> that would inaccurate to the department so they can make it complete and inaccurate to include the discussions which of the important issues which we brought up. >> i have to
want nothing but the best for him. you know, and i was proud of jason because you don't want anybody to have to hide their identity. >> right. and you look at the way it's played out. seemingly to me, that the majority of the people who are against gay marriage always site some type of religion. >> yeah. >> whether it's christianity? >> yeah. >> islam, what-have-you. you have come out against religion in terms of at least how people claim to be christian at some time only when it's convenient for what they are arguing. >> you know, it's like being from the south, being baptist >> they talk about don't judge other people. but they judge everybody. it really frustrates me. like,ton to be honest with you, he is one of those bible thumpers. i don't know where i am on religion. i believe there is a supreme being who has given me special things in my life. but i think he would be like inclusive in and all right with everybody if he is this supposedly -- like i say, i don't know. i don't get in if it's a he or a she, if she is black or white or whatever. i think if there is a supreme being,
with the members of the political elite in afghanistan and of course there are many things they do that they don't tell me about. but i have observed a huge change in the past 13 years in their relations with each other something which isn't often commented on 13 years ago they didn't know each other. their relations were yelling at each other over the radio. now including the people who are political, they all know each other and have worked together. prior to the election all of the candidates were running with each other and met each other extensively to talk about the rules for the game and how to resolve it and i'm confident that however disputed the outcome may be those people with their relations with each other and the right international support will be able to find some kind of a settlement even if many of them were not that happy with it. we have a lot of experts in this audience, which is great. >> thank you barbara and to the panel. i have a two-part question the first one directed to fatemeh talking about the pakistan iran pipeline. there have been concerns if and when the pipeline
season? don't buy another thing until you see our users guide. tonight. the "willis report." gerri: your show. your money. your voice. tonight your veteranssthis veterans day we know our veterans are in trouble. high unemployment rates more and more heroes on food stamps. where have we gone wrong? and as a research so selflessly better a goldstar mom a mother of a navy seal also a military family adviser with concern to veterans for america. we appreciate you coming. but what is 900,000 veterans on food stamps? why it is going on in the? limit these are brave and amazing human beings writing a check to america up to their life in america has turned their back and right here in new york city 40 percent of the returning veterans find themselves on food stamps and standing in this soup kitchen and it is inexcusable. gerri: i read effuse he went to thousand vets will be eating at soup kitchens on the thanksgiving. how do react to that as a mom? >> it is tragic. throw my son's life i have met paul lot of people who have served and even since his death now working with concerned veterans of am
agree. >> i will be the rare guy who says, you used the term "great body". i don't know if these bodies are great bodies. >> you like kim kardashian's body, or no? >> your wife is watching, be careful. >> it's not my style. >> he's not into big butts. >> some are not into the big round fake-looking butts. even though she day gimmick and took an x-ray of her butt if you transfer the fat from your thighs to your butt, the x-ray is not gonna show it. i don't care what anyone says, that's not a natural butt. >> that's not a selfie. >> maybe there's air brushing there? photoshoping? >> moving on to another celebrity beauty trend. it's nothing short of cutting edge in more ways than one. >> sharp claw-like nails have become the rage in hollywood. worn by celebrities like lady gaga, rehanna, stiletto nails are gaining popularity. and they're putting women at the forefront of fashion but salons are reporting injuries from deep scratches and eye injuries from women rubbing their eyes or taking out contacts. stiletto nails may look sharp but are they worth the risk? >> all right. >> ladies, let's
on behind your both of you. he is sleepig with what else is there? >> don know ifhat is the case. when i talk to him and ask him what is going on did anything happen when i wt to the store, anything like that -- >> kk: are youleeping with him? >> i am. >> are you sleeping with him? now we know. now we need to bring chris out or something but we need to figure out how we are going to -- we both have a kid with him. so we have to figureut how we are going to do this >> i am with that but i would like to understand how you would like us to live together because you walk around the house like you o the house. but i'm supposed to be in your world and you are doing whatever it is that you want to do. and i am just there not doing nothing'm not supposed be wi chris or something >> i don't know i feel like you should talk to me about it if you feel likyo have been walking arounhe house and i'm walking around like i own the house. this is my first time hearing about it >> kirk: why does she have to come to you? ar you mared to chr? >> no. if itsn issue the way i'm behaving at the house i'm sayin
is an icon already. >> is that what the word is derived from. >> i don't know. >> spelled differently. >> not the word icon. i wonder his name. not either. >>> in other corporate news, the government wants bank of america to pay nearly $864 million in damages after a federal jury found it liable for fraud over defective mortgages that were sold in this case by its countrywide unit. government's also asking for penalties against a former mid level executive at countrywide. the jury found her liable as well. and vc firm andreson horowicz has sold a third of their shares. the shares were sold between 49 and $50. that makes the sale worth more than $111 million. kind of interesting that they decided to do that. the firm still holds more than 4.5 million shares. >> what do you think about that? >> at some point he has to harvest some kind of gains about this. he's still on the board, right? he can't leave but he can't hang out -- he can't be in there all the time. >> you know, some people say it's never bad. stocks do go up and they do go down. >> i remember that barons commercial. the mar
a deal with the ants but often the heiress money back. they don't want them to sell and there are very open to us in this. and from the same kind and i think in the future of the mufti you. this will be main solution for these kind of problems. there will be a financial or other arrangements. and it's it's it's it's it's already the case than local arrangements and what were we talking about here. i mentioned a figure over fourteen hundred i think is one thousand four hundred six artworks. and it's the art curators are saying it's unbelievable the richness of this collection. do you suspect that there's a lot more true similar to this that we just don't know about yet. ms is a christian everybody is. and in the autumn because the we don't know when. how much the paintings and other pieces off on time i'd be hiding and being hidden in the mornings as i can and so on. we done nothing about this because a lot of these easel five. and i relaxed slow and we don't know nobody knows in this case is there a time that passes with looted art of this nature where cornelius garlic is not in charge
, a black monday, the boom and bust twice during that period of time, so long story short, don't get caught up in the short-term. take it long-term, always, always have exposure to the market. it will take care of you over 30, 40-year timeframe. over three or four-year timeframe, maybe not so much. probably. >> what about buying individual stocks? what's your take on that, winner or loser for people like me, individual investors? >> i call it a looser. the market has so much information in it. you have a pea-sized brain compared to the overall market. i'm not insulting you because i think you're one of the smartest people i've ever met. >> thank you. >> but there's the risks that you don't know. there's the headline risks, the currency risks, inflation risks, just a bad day on the market could cause, you know, a massive sell-off of everything. your individual stock is ultimately a loser. so be cautious. i see too many people try to become financial analysts when they are, you know, ciscoe engineers. i see too many people thinking it's easy to pick stocks. if you're going to do it, go with s
kilmeade on george washington's secret spy ring. >> could we have won the war without them? >> i don't believe we could have. >> all right now. hello again from fox news in washington. new jersey governor chris christie won reelection by a landslide this week making him the early front-runner for the republican presidential nomination in 2016. we'll talk with the governor in a moment but first chief political correspondent carl cameron with a look at christie's record and the challenges he'll face if he decides to run for president. >> i want to say thank you, new jersey, for making me the luckiest guy in the world. >> it was an easy reelection. the real work was during and after superstorm sandy and chris christie earned some of the highest tpaeufrblt -- favorability ratings in the country positioning himself for a 2016 presidential bid. christie's chummyness with president obama during last year's presidential campaign raised some g.o.p. eyebrows. >> i think as long as you stick to your principles compromise isn't a dirty word. >> christie cut new jersey's taxes but the state's une
they insist i get it, they don't want to seem selfish and put themselves on it, but i found things to love about obama care after all. no kidding, you know what, i found out under obama care, i am going to have dental coverage for children. i saw this spot by delta dental from virginia. >> okay, okay. >> great, great. weather where would you like the baby car seat. >> no, i don't have kids. >> it doesn't matter the government said you have to buy it. >> where should i put. it >> smile, smile. >> yeah, you know the fact that my own children are grown and on theiron and have their own children is immaterial. i am man dated to carry dental insurance for the children we don't have. and while you think that is unnecessary, i found out under obama care, i also have maternitiy benefits. yes, (applause) it is man dated and so i am going to have it whether i ask for it or not. some people complain the government forcing me to buy something i can't or don't need much i am a glass half full. i so it as a good thing. i am 58-year-old male, and while it is unlikely that i am going to get pregnant and g
likewise you could like somebody's dot and so that graphic which i don't have is not that elluminating itself but using advanced mapping software we were able to produce a heat map of where the density of the requests and other people's likes were the highest and it was interesting what the results were again confirms a lot of our earlier work and this decision to move into the mission and upper market. i'll zoom in on this for you too so you can see a little better. so the area in the upper right is our initial service area and the others -- there's various expansion scenarios that we've been looking at but the area circled in white is indeed the mission valencia corridor and you see along upper market also the castro and noe valley and there's a hire density of red and yellow heat mapping than in soma so if you are just prioritizing perhaps to make sense to go there later when you have the extra stations. our immediate expansion is not that big 15 stations and we also have additional funding so we'll try to get as many additional stations we can. five more stations. >> that orange
in large font said nothing good happening in a darkened parkland escape at night. i don't think that sentiment is true and i'm not comfortable with staff putting that sentiment out in the public. there is so many issues with that law that make me very unkofrt ablcomfortable with it. over all it's not good issues to resolve. in anyone's presence to see who commits those acts. we can shut down the streets so no one would speed, a curfew could reduce graffiti everywhere. i for one, i don't want to limit everyone's freedom in order to deter those who an abuse that premium. i supported some and got a lot of heat for it. i have done everything i could since becoming supervisor to be as supportive as i possibly could of the parks and recreation department. i know how valuable our parks are and how critical they are to keeping families in san francisco and the firsthand how settling and disappointing it can be to our full and specific treasures. i want to do everything to maintain our parks, but i don't think this legislation does it. including fund to -- funding to increase more supe
, we show up. we show up everywhere. we don't show up just in the places that votes for us a lot, we show in the places that vote for us a little. we don't just show up in the places where we're comfortable, we show up in the places where we're uncomfortable. because when you lead you need to be there. you need to show up. you need to listen and then you need to act. you don't just show up six months before an election. you show up four years before one. [applause] and you don't just take no for an answer the first time no happens. you keep going back and trying more because when i was elected four years ago, i wasn't elected just by the people who voted for me. i was the governor of all the people. and tonight, overwhelmingly, those people have said, come onboard, it's fine here, let's have more people support the governor and now we have a big, big win tonight. [applause] what people have told me over the last four years is more than anything else, they want the truth. they want the truth. you know, we don't always agree with each other, new jersey. some folks don't agree with some
here that don't sense that the caucus is really trying to plement to take advantage of. >> lou, we are. and we have a house care bill that is out there thatoes the kinds of things where it gets backntohe market, wher it gives tients opportunities and choices, unlike what you're finding he obama care. we are listeningng to peoplend whatheir needs are, and we have a plan that we put out ere. look, need to also talk about our debt and deficit. getting that stightened out is going to cause the economy to grow. >> if you and your caucus think that you have the power as the majority in the house o representatives against a party that holds the presidency and the senate and you're willing to risk again shutting down this government, i think that you will beaking the bigst mistak imaginable. >> i'm not talking about closing down thevernment. i'm talking about finding common ground. >> somebody in your caucus need to take leadership role, whether 's the speaker or whomever it may be and say we're not going to shut the government down. we're not going to be irrational. we're not going to slam s
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and we don't want any of the commissions decisions made on this property to influence the outcome of litigation. that would help both parties in that common understanding. thank you >> thank you good afternoon. i'm mr. anderson. i recently helped to save the landmark of marcus book store it was a 9 month battle against city bank and we raised $175,000. i understand how important the marcus book store is to the african-american community. it's crucial it's not just african-american history it's naturally nationwide history. i would go to the marcus book store with my father. i feel if we preserve the name and the legacy of marcus book store it will serve the generates of san francisco citizens and people across the world. a lot of times the african-american legacy gets separated with the american league and that's wrong. the world legacy of america is intooend with the america society. if we continue to allow marcus book store to function it will serve the community >> any member of the public wish to speak? come on up to the microphone. thank you >> many of us are here because
they don't take your jobs. somebody said that the way we have today, the system we have a help wanted sign on one side and on the other side we have a bored with guns. >> let me build on that then because again, the vote in the senate is happening we believe it's going to be successful. the real battle is in the house. so let's talk about the battle in the house. without naming names a group of 80 executives met with the house and quote we're going to take care of you high terence votes but who cares who picks the strawberries. well, i like strawberries i don't see a lot of american born folks who pick strawberries. we do care we want to see expensive immigration remorseful for all of americans and all americans. so as we go to the house side and why don't we start with maria. what do we need to do so we get something to work on and perhaps not a house bill paced that's expensive how do we reconcile this and win over the house? >> you know i was speaking to a group of ap i leaders earlier and we all agreed it was a funny timing with the gathering of the senate vote today and really it was
become substitute father figures for a lot of americans in society. we don't believe in politicians anymore. businessmen, clergy, intellectuals, you read the objectives. but coaches seem like people who practice tough love who seem like a good father would be. that's to do with their high standing in society. >> you start out talking about a coach you like a lot. who's that? >> frank beamer, virginia tech. i knew as i started to develop the book, i knew portions would be critical. could with done in an ethical dinner. so i spent the 2011 football season with the virginia tech football program. i was in the locker room. i travelled with them and so on. it does not recount the season. is book does not do that. to explain how it is that frank beamer has had to have 20 consecutive winning systems and graduate 77% of his players. if all of the big college programs graduated 77% of their players, college football would not be know tore yous. >> we got interest in this book for the connection to the taxpayer. i want to show you some video from 2006. it's an economics professor, roger noel
to take off and land. do you know if there is an instrui instructor inside? >> no. we don't know. the pilot may have tried to land the helicopter because it starts going down. before you know it -- >> oh, ya, oh! oh! >> it's on its side. and suddenly, the thing starts smoking. >> it didn't look like it crashed down though. looks like the people will be fine. >> yeah, nobody suffered any serious injuries. one person taken to the hospital. but minor injuries. >> as out of control as he was, it was some what of a soft landing. >> oh! >>> hey, everybody. coming up in just a bitten. your chance to win a flat-scene tv. >> that's right. all you need is today's buzz word pch you have to be a u.s. resident and 18 or older. >> your chance to win a 42-inch flat-screen tv. >> good luck, everybody. >>> fun fact about the new york city subway system. i have no idea about this. on all the flplatforms in all t stations in all of new york, when conductors pull up to stop to let people on or off there are black and white signs above the platform. i have never noticed these. every conductor is supp
be a better place. i think coaches have become substitute father figures for a lot of american society. we don't believe in politicians anymore, businessmen, clergy, intellectuals, etc. coaches still seem like people who practice tough love. they seem like a good father would be. i think that has a lot to do with their high standing in society. >> you start out talking about a coach that you seem to like a lot. who was that? >> frank beamer of virginia tech. i knew that portions of this book would be very critical of football. i wanted to give a constructive example, too, and show that it could be done under an ethical banner. i spent the 2011 football season with the virginia tech program. i was in the locker room, i traveled with them, and so on. the point is not to recount the season. but to explain how it is that frank beamer has been able to have 20 consecutive winning seasons and yet graduate 77% of his players. if all big college programs graduated 77% of their players, college football would not be notorious. >> we got interested in this book for the connection to the taxpayer. i want
? >> be a leader. he was annoyed by god. i don't think it's not uncommon for people to feel, politician and statesman. spin without giving away, can you tell us about the cursed? >> it really means the white upper class christian people who looked literally looked the other way when the ku klux klan was in new jersey and elsewhere. when black people were being lynched and harassed and tortured and murdered and the white leaders like woodrow wilson and many others just would not say anything about it. they wouldn't come out courageously to criticize it. they wouldn't do anything but it was basically community, see no evil, hear no evil and say no evil. so i thought there was a curse on the white race basically. >> and upton sinclair is in your book. >> upton sinclair was 26. he represents our younger generation. an interest in a quality among the races and sexes. that was also about women's race and women acquiring the vote. >> and jack london and grover cleveland. >> jack london is a friend of upton sinclair. they are both sources. >> where did future i just? >> my idea came because i c
a noise. i will kill who ever comes up here to find you. >> what does that do to a child? >> i don think tre's ything worse you can do to a child. >> tonigh the mormon girl whose innocence was so brutally stolen reveals how she turd terror into triumph summoning the resolve to survi and even outwt her captors. she writesbout it all in her new book "my story". >> when i decided to write i i knew i wanted it to be real. i knew i wanted to go all the way. >> so why now? >> i have heardo many terrible ories. on in four girls, one in six ys are going to be sexually abus. those statistic are staggering. so in a sense it was important that you put out the detail of that abuse so people realize they're not alone? >> absolutely. >> itll goes back to the late springf 2002. elizabeth w lived in an upscale neighborhood i salt lake city utah wit her parents ed and loisnd five siblings was just typical -year-old girl eerly anticiping high school. >>ll the different clubs and sports teams and getting my driver's license and dating. i mean, i was ready. >> in a city fams for its mormon roots, elizabeth
served on this veterans day. we don't have a lot of time. we have wonderful responses. i'll leave you with simply steven crawford. just say thank you. "morning joe" starts right now. >>> good morning, everyone. it is monday, november 11th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset we have msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark halperin. how is it going? >> good morning. >> double down. >> and national affairs editor msnb chris political analyst john heileman. they're co-authors of "double down." we're going to begin on a somber note. the absolute devastation from a super typhoon in the philippines. overnight the first u.s. relief flight loaded with water and generators arrived in one of the harder hit areas. marines and sailors are also helping with the search and rescue operations. up to 10,000 people are feared dead in one province alone after one of the strongest storms on record. itv's angus walker has more. >> reporter: this amateur video obtained by filipino broadcaster abscbn shows the moment of impact. a wall of water 20 feet high by some accounts crashing into
? >> so, it is required without having special conditions, and just by and mr. fan, you don't have to come up and i am just telling you this. your security guard has to not only go for lead training, but has to go for guard, card training, and you have to apply with the state department of consumer affairs, so that you are regulating your employee. >> otherwise, you have to hire from the outside service. okay? >> so that is automatically required. >> we want to make sure that he understands, it was kind of like, i am going to send him to class, kind of thing. >> okay. i think that it is clear now. >> any other thoughts about this? otherwise, we can take a vote. all right. let's bring it to a vote. >> could i get a clarification on the motion? yeah. >> the motion is to approve and did you approve ahours? >> we are going to keep no restriction on hours. >> okay. >> so the motion then, would be to approve on the condition that the applicant completes the lead training and has the staff complete the lead training and the he shows the notification of out reach. >> on that motion, commissioner
covenant are doing what they can. it's a mix of anxiety but also were on holidays we don't know how it's going to know the town center piece to four hundred year old japanese pagoda bridge has been reinforced to withstand the winds last long because its high alert and one is doing what they can to protect their home to hundreds of thousands have been evacuated everyone else is told to stay in their homes in coastal towns have all been shot. i don't get their cruelty in about three hundred heat is too close by to check out the way isn't it who couldn't. and i know. in this and we have read it in the off chance that won going away liking to keep the damage the hotel. goats have been confined to fortune for coastal provinces the man is standing firm in the face of it i found this to be gold records and always greets up to six meters high. well tens of thousands of people joined by promises of the vatican earlier on today praying for the victims all got to eat ice cream in the philippines needed or wanted for toll crowds and some interesting is whether he feels placed into the philippine p
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